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Chapter Six. 26 October 1804 to 7 April 1805. October 1804. Visited a Native American village containing 40-50 lodges Local accidently set the prairie on fire, killing two Lewis delivers a speech to the locals

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chapter six

Chapter Six

26 October 1804 to 7 April 1805

october 1804
October 1804
  • Visited a Native American village containing 40-50 lodges
    • Local accidently set the prairie on fire, killing two
  • Lewis delivers a speech to the locals
    • Gave gifts to the local chiefs and natives such as clothes, flags, and a steel corn mill for grinding corn
november 1804
November 1804
  • Spent in North Dakota region
  • Built cabins to stay at for the winter
  • Clark and Ordway document seeing the Northern Lights
  • Received buffalo robes from a Native
december 1804
December 1804
  • Natives who “appeared civil and good natured” visited their cabins.
    • They welcomed the natives and gave them food and tobacco
  • Reported temperatures at 45 degrees below zero
  • More natives came willing to trade anything for corn, beans and moccasins
january 1805
January 1805
  • Celebrated New Years day with drinking and dancing
  • The Mandans perform a Buffalo Dance to call upon buffalos
  • Hunts for buffalo resulted in frostbite, game was scarce
  • On a visit, Lewis observed the Mandans worshiping a buffalo head and feeding it meat in return for live buffalo
  • Small Pox
  • Natives offered a lot of corn and food for blacksmith work
  • Lewis amputates a native boy’s toes due to frostbite
february 1805
February 1805
  • Sacagawea gives birth and is assisted by Lewis in speeding the delivery by giving her crushed rattlesnake rattles
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